To many, the idea of riding a bike in Los Angeles is like jumping into shark-infested waters without a cage – you’re just asking for trouble. But the truth of the matter is much different. Los Angeles, though anyone will argue is choked with traffic, is actually only choked with car traffic. Riding a bike through Los Angeles’s back streets is a serene and welcome way to enjoy the LA experience – beautiful sunshine, moderate climate, little rain, and of course – that beautiful shimmering ocean.
Category: Uniquely Los Angeles
April 26, 2013
There’s no doubt about it – Hollywood’s got its own mystique and charm, part of which is trying to spot some celebrities. Strolling the Hollywood “Walk of Fame” puts you in a unique “behind the scenes” frame of mind, but it definitely does strike you that you’re not likely to see Bradley Cooper just strolling down the street. There’s a certain knack for finding the star’s favorite hideouts. Luckily, you’ve got Viator on your side.
December 2, 2012
Go behind-the-scenes with a VIP Experience at Universal Studios Hollywood! This month one lucky customer will win 2 tickets to this top-rated Los Angeles tour–find out how to enter below!
August 31, 2012
34,000 residents call this 5.7 mile stretch of greater Los Angeles home, and during the day, those numbers swell to almost 200,000. Why? Because aside from being a Southern California cultural icon, there’s plenty of fun things to do and see.
January 30, 2012
The world famous Santa Monica Pier offers a variety of entertainment for any Los Angeles visitor. Snuggled alongside the wide and warm Santa Monica beach, the pier extends like a ladder out into the rippling and cold Pacific. An icon for Los Angeles residents, today the pier is a staple for any visitor to Los Angeles who wants to experience a cultural and Hollywood icon.
November 18, 2011
In many ways the heart of the L.A. beach area, this famous beach has numerous notable qualities that make it a great beach to visit. It’s here that the bodybuilders of yesteryear pumped iron in the open-aired Muscle Beach gym and flaunted their watermelon biceps to the world (a previous California governor being one of them). Nowadays, this beach still rests by the funky and colorful Venice Beach neighborhood, and boasts great people-watching, artist stalls, and yes, miles of wonderful golden sand.